PA-Sen: Casey Describes GOP’s Horror at Trump (AUDIO)
Senate Republicans are morose about their presidential nominee Donald Trump.
At least that’s according to Senator Bob Casey.
Sen. Casey was asked how upset his Republican colleagues were with Donald Trump at the head of their party’s ticket.
“It’s a lot of head shaking,” Casey answered. “They probably don’t cry in front of me, but I’ll give one example, a prominent Republican not from Pennsylvania, prominent Republican, who’s been there for years. I was just walking down the tunnel between the office I work in to go to vote and it was exactly that. Head shaking, ‘you hear what he said today?’ And, ‘oh my god.’”
Casey went on to assert that the GOP brought this on themselves by universally opposing President Obama’s agenda without proposing any plans of their own, especially concerning immigration.
“[Trump’s] kind of the personification of that agenda,” Sen. Casey concludes. “He’s been vicious to the President, he has no real substantive ideas and anti-immigration has been the centerpiece of his campaign. What did you expect?”